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Tax Breaks for Students - Distance Learning - About.com
In order to ease the burden of students in this time of costly textbooks and record- high tuition bills, the federal government has provided several sizable tax ...
Federal Financial Aid Help (12 Options)
Here are twelve loans, grants, tax breaks, and scholarships available from the ... College student studying at table - Hero Images/Hero Images/Getty Images.
Overview of the Tuition and Fees Deduction - Tax Planning - About ...
Parents can deduct tuition for their kids as long as the parents claim the student as a dependent. However, the deduction is not available for married couples ...
Overview of the Lifetime Learning Tax Credit
Nov 4, 2014 ... Learn about the Lifetime Learning Credit, a federal tax credit for any ... Basically, if the institution is eligible to participate in federal student aid ...
Overview of the American Opportunity Tax Credit - Tax Planning
The American Opportunity Tax Credit provides up to $2500 for people pursuing ... Student sitting on stack of books in library, reading - Commercial Eye/ Stone/.
Student Loan Interest Tax Deduction - Tax Planning - About.com
You can claim up to $2500 of student loan interest you paid as an above-the-line tax deduction on Form 1040.
Federal Tax Incentives for Higher Education
Here's an overview of the various tax credits, tax deductions and savings ... The federal government provides several tax incentives for college students and their  ...
Is There a Tax Break on Student Loan Interest? - Money in Your 20s
Answer: If you have student loans, you may be wondering if you qualify for a tax break. You can deduct the amount of your loan interest up to $2500.00 a year.
Claiming the American Opportunity Tax Credit - Saving for College
Overview of claiming the American Opportunity Tax Credit when student loans are used to pay for college.
Tax Tips for Students and New Grads - Money in Your 20s - About.com
There are specific tax deductions and credits available to students and recent graduates. You can take advantage of these deductions and credits to reduce the  ...
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